This does not follow the standard orange-blue-green-brown colors... Any advice on what order I should follow while crimping connector here?
Odd Ethernet cable colors? https://imgur.com/gallery/3EukWLs
Technical challenge was to make Chinese style dumplings, except the version presented by the show had some weird crimping style: https://www.cbc.ca/life/greatcanadianbakingshow/recipes/garden-dumplings-1.5935667 (and also green colouring, I guess to make it look like bok choy)
Obviously with technicals the contestants only get vague written instructions and no photo reference so when the one Chinese dude reads that they should be pinched together at the top, he's probably thinking "oh, like a bao", and being a good Chinese boy, does the proper helical crimp that he probably learned from his wai po. Then the white judge tells him that's not how they should be. He still finished 2nd on the challenge, but as a Chinese person, this grinded my gears.
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I'm trying to attach some RJ11 connectors on a 0.5mm telephone wire but every time I try to put the wires in the connector they get bent.
I’ve been climbing for around 3 years and recently got into hangboarding. A friend of mine pointed out that I’m using a chisel grip and not a half crimp. I didn’t realise I was. The chisel grip feels far more comfortable. My half crimp is significantly weaker then my chisel grip. Is this normal and should I train the half crimp or continue with the chisel grip?
Alright, so I've been hangboarding regularly for a few months (mostly 7:3 and density) and feel stronger on the wall. But one thing I have always wondered is how to optimize my form.
I mostly train half crimp because I feel like it activates my forearm muscles the best, and it also feels the most natural to me. But I have found that there is a difference between "just hanging" and actively trying to "pull" with my forearm muscles. If I do the latter, I usually can't hold for as many sets during my repeaters because I feel like I've worked harder.
I think this might have to do with my different grip types as I tried to draw in the horrible paint picture below. Which grip type is optimal to get as high training stimuli as possible? In my world, both of these are half-crimp, but in (1) the thumb is down, while in (2) the thumb sort of rests against my index finger and my hand is a little bit cupped.
From the Orlando auditions when Abby called out the “girl with the bad haircut”. I can’t even explain why but her quote just annoys the hell out of me. Not to mention Abby calling out someone in that way...
Hello, I'm installing a cat6a cable for 10-gigabit internet speed in my home =P.
Now i have an issue, i got the proper connectors for cat6a but while looking online i have seen that i need a special crimp tool for cat6a, i have even seen some videos https://youtu.be/j7eZdize-p4
But others sources tell me that i can use a regular Rj45 crimp tool. Or another toll altogether like this one. https://youtu.be/mYYVhimigYM so im super confused and i dont want to waste money and time finding the wrong tool.
Which is it? Also i have tried to find where to buy the special crimp tool but cannot find it.
So I have the Lee 3 die set and it doesn't include the Factory Crimp die. I cannot find it anywhere in stock. Do I need to crimp after this seating?
There's no way they can put up something that has the potential to injure people, and just get away with it right? I deserve some compensation for my injuries from the gym.